In the end, all the charts in the world couldn’t counter player frustration. Despite saying that Fortnite: Battle Royale‘s mech, the B.R.U.T.E. wouldn’t be getting nerfed last week, Epic Games did just that yesterday. Nobody could Caesar that coming! Epic Games spelled out the “balance adjustments” in a blog post. Most of them are simple numerical adjustments — decreases in rate of rocket fire and spawn rate and an increase in dash cooldown — but one of the biggest changes is that the B.R.U.T.E. will no longer collect materials when it stomps structures. That change is not yet life and “should roll out shortly following the other changes.” Two positive changes for the B.R.U.T.E. are a decreased material cost for the gunner’s overshield (200 to 75) and an increase in hit points (1,000 to 1,250). In addition, the Junk Rift will be disabled for this weekend’s FNCS tournament and Arena playlists. … [Read more...] about Et Tu, B.R.U.T.E? Fortnite Nerfs Controversial Mech
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Nothing says summertime quite like blowing one another into smitheroons in heavy armored vehicles! That’s what War Thunder‘s Operation S.U.M.M.E.R. 2018 event is offering players of the vehicular combat MMO, along with the ability to build themselves some sweet new tanks. Operation S.U.M.M.E.R. 2018 will allow players of War Thunder to craft themselves a Soviet T-34E tank or an IS-7 tank. Players will have to complete a number of tasks to get blueprints for each vehicle, and then get the parts required to craft components by taking part in battles at certain ranks. However, putting together the pieces needed for the tanks isn’t just a matter of automatically filling in a recipe. Players are being challenged to bring a little bit of know-how into the proceedings by sorting out which materials are actually required to craft the appropriate part. If you’re bad at this sort of thing, though, don’t worry; any combination of materials that result in an incorrect … [Read more...] about War Thunder Kicks Off Operation S.U.M.M.E.R. 2018
Christmas Event Comes Early To R.O.H.A.N. Asian MMORPG R.O.H.A.N. is spicing up their end of summer with the Midsummer Night Christmas event. From July 19th until August 2nd, players will find traces of Christmas all over the world. During event period, You can obtain traces of Christmas from monsters all around R.O.H.A.N. world. This cheerful currency can be collected and exchanged for special rewards available no where else. You can find NPC Jinny at “Crafting Studio” during event period. Complete quest to get awesome reward like a X-Mas Santa Costume, X-Mas Hat, Sealed X-Mas Snowman Earrings (30 Days), Sealed X-Mas Rudolph Glasses (30 Days), Frozen Accessories, etc. Additionally, Blunt Santa is also here for the festivities. For new players, don’t be too happy. Blunt Santa is actually a world boss that brings terror to the citizens of R.O.H.A.N. Players must band together to destroy him before he steals Christmas. He will randomly appear all around R.O.H.A.N. and … [Read more...] about Christmas Event Comes Early To R.O.H.A.N.
Blizzard Entertainment figured out how to pull it off for their “new” World of Warcraft Classic game. “Greetings! Development of World of Warcraft Classic is underway, and we’re very excited to share some of the challenges and solutions we’re working on. As we mentioned last BlizzCon, the process of restoring the classic game is not straightforward, and it’s important to us to take the time and effort to get it right—this includes poring over numerous game versions, data, and code; meticulously scrutinizing all the changes we’ve made over the years. Rest assured: The WoW Classic team is hard at work making it a reality, and we’re at a point in development where we’re ready to share some of the things we’ve been working on.” The dev team has decided to roll with version 1.12 “Drums of War” for WoW Classic. Drums of War is the last patch before the release of The Burning Crusade expansion. After that, … [Read more...] about World of Warcraft Classic Will Be Running Patch 1.12, Devs Talk About The Technical Side Of Development
The news about Toys R Us closing is not shocking given the rapid slide over the last month or so… but still hits me fairly hard. The truth is I didn’t go to the store that often anymore because quite frankly it was inconvenient. I did however take the opportunity on a regular occasion to visit them while roaming around other towns. I’ve been to at least one Toys R Us in San Antonio for awhile while we were down there for Pax South, but in that case it was largely because it was beside a Container Store my wife wanted to go to. I think ultimately everyone stopped going to the store for their various reasons, and this is yet another step along the chain to the loss of brick and mortar retail as a whole. It does however make me nostalgic about the Toys R Us from my past. I found this image online, and decided to use it because more or less this represents the Toys R Us I remember from my childhood. The closest location for me was … [Read more...] about Toys R Us Kid